|"Tonight, Tonight, Tonight"|
|Single by Genesis|
|from the album Invisible Touch|
|Released||23 March 1987|
|Studio||The Farm, Surrey|
|Length||8:50 (Album Version)|
4:32 (7" Version)
11:46 (12" Mix)
4:28 (New edit – 1999)
6:18 (Music Video Version)
|Label|| Atlantic (US)|
Virgin (UK) – GENS 4
|Genesis singles chronology|
"Tonight, Tonight, Tonight" is the second track on the 1986 album Invisible Touch by Genesis, released on 23 March 1987 as the fourth single from the album. It peaked at No. 3 in the US and No. 18 in the UK. The working title was "Monkey, Zulu".
The single included an edited version (at 4:32) and the first part of "Domino" ("In the Glow of the Night") as the B-side. A new edit of the single version was released on the 1999 compilation Turn It On Again: The Hits (as well as its "sequel" The Tour Edition ) and later on The Platinum Collection. This revised edit features a different cross fade and different edit points as compared to the original 1987 edit version. Some singles that included the full version of the song included the second part of "Domino" ("The Last Domino") as the B-side. Other releases contained the song "Paperlate" and a 12" remix of "Tonight, Tonight, Tonight". The full live version from the Live at Wembley Stadium video was included as a B-side on the "Tell Me Why" CD single.
The song was performed during concerts in support of Invisible Touch. A shorter version (which segued into "Invisible Touch") was played on the We Can't Dance and Turn It On Again tours, albeit transposed down a key to account for the deepening of Phil Collins' voice.
The music video for the song was shot in the Bradbury Building in Los Angeles.
7": Virgin / GENS 4 United Kingdom
12": Virgin / GENSG 4–12 United Kingdom
12": Virgin / GENS 4–12 United Kingdom
CD: Virgin / CDEP1 United Kingdom
Note: A rare withdrawn UK CD-single contained "Invisible Touch" (Extended Remix)" instead of "Paperlate"
|Australia (Australian Music Report)||93|
|Belgium (Ultratop 50 Flanders)||40|
|Canada Top Singles ( RPM )||19|
|Europe (European Hot 100 Singles)||15|
|New Zealand (Recorded Music NZ)||42|
|UK Singles (OCC)||18|
|US Billboard Hot 100||3|
|US Adult Contemporary ( Billboard )||8|
|US Mainstream Rock ( Billboard )||9|
|West Germany (Official German Charts)||23|
|US Billboard Hot 100||68|
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